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Launch Skates featured on Daily Planet tv show
Launch Skates segment on the Daily Planet on Discovery Channel Canada on January 15, 2013. Watch former pro hockey player Lucas Lawson demonstrate the Launch spring suspension ice Skates.

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 20 January 2013
American Anthem by Maria Lee Carta for Launch Skates
Maria Lee Carta sings The Star Spangled Banner to introduce Launch Skates in the United States, just like the singing of the National Anthem before a hockey game! www.LaunchSkates.com Recorded at Sweetfire Studios in Brooklyn, NY, USA on April 26, 2012. Lead Vocal: Maria Lee Carta Guitar: Jimi m Percussion: Michael Barile Producers: Maria Lee Carta & Michael Barile Engineer: Michael Barile Copyright Scruchina Records 2012

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 28 April 2012
Top Down on Launch Skates
Looking from the top down at the Launch Spring Suspension Ice Skates. This is a video of an amateur skating on the Launch Skates in Toronto, Canada. It really is a sensation on ice skates that needs to be experienced. Kinetic energy (stored in the high-compression steel springs from the skater's weight and motion) is released with each skating stride as each skate is lifted off the ice, propelling the skater faster than traditional skates without spring suspension. In addition, the spring suspension system makes it much easier on the skater's leg joints, which results in a more comfortable skate. http://www.launchskates.com

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 03 March 2012
Launch Skates at Hockey Extreme
Thanks to David Trombley and Bill Heath of Hockey Extreme in Toronto, Canada for trying out the Launch Spring Suspension Ice Skates. Kinetic energy (stored in the high-compression steel springs from the skater's weight and motion) is released with each skating stride as each skate is lifted off the ice, propelling the skater faster than traditional skates without spring suspension. In addition, the spring suspension system makes it much easier on the skater's leg joints, which results in a more comfortable skate. http://www.launchskates.com Video production by Egan Davidson.

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 01 February 2012
Launch Skates
Filmed on a cold, clear and beautiful winter day in Toronto in January, 2012, featuring a mystery skater on the "Launch" spring suspension ice skates. Kinetic energy (stored in the high-compression steel springs from the skater's weight and motion) is released with each skating stride as each skate is lifted off the ice, propelling the skater faster than traditional skates without spring suspension. In addition, the spring suspension system makes it much easier on the skater's leg joints, which results in a more comfortable skate. http://www.launchskates.com Video Direction and Production by Egan Davidson.

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 25 January 2012
Launch spring suspension ice skates being sharpened
The "Launch" spring suspension working prototype ice skate is being sharpened by a "Cag One" automatic skate sharpening machine. In the working prototype, high-compression steel springs are utilized. The "Launch" skates use kinetic energy that is built up in the springs by the weight and motion of the skater - and then that energy is released to propel the skater forward faster than with a regular skate that does not have springs. The spring suspension also provides a much more comfortable skate and is much easier on the skater's leg joints.

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 07 January 2012
"Launch" spring suspension CNC prototype ice blade holder
This is the "Launch" spring suspension CNC (Computer Numeric Control) prototype ice blade holder. This is a non-working prototype with lighter springs for demonstration purposes only - so that the blade can be easily pushed up into the blade holder by hand, to demonstrate the spring action. In the working prototype, much stronger high-compression steel springs are utilized and only the weight and motion of the skater will compress the springs. The "Launch" skates use kinetic energy that is built up in the springs - and then that energy is released to propel the skater forward faster than with a regular skate that does not have springs. The spring suspension also provides a much more comfortable skate and is much easier on the skater's leg joints. http://www.launchskates.com

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 29 December 2011
Launch Spring Suspension Ice Skates - working prototype
This video shows the Launch Spring Suspension Ice Skate with independent front and rear suspension. Kinetic energy stored in the high-compression steel springs from the skater's weight and motion is released as each skate is lifted off the ice, or as the skater's weight is shifted during the skating motion - propelling the skater forward faster than traditional skates without springs. In addition, the spring suspension system makes it much easier on the skater's leg joints, which results in a more comfortable skate. http://www.launchskates.com

By : LaunchSkates01     Added : 28 December 2011